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After a long ride to Strasbourg, we made it to our final hotel stop—Hotel Maison Rouge, located right on the edge of the historic city center. We were ready for our biggest evening of the trip, dinner at La Fourchette des Ducs, a two-Michelin-star restaurant in Alsace, with Executive Chef Nicolas Stamm. As we walked […]
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Falafel is a mixture of mashed chickpeas, onions and herbs and spices, formed into a small cake and deep fried. It’s traditionally served in a pita or flatbread, with vegetables and tahini sauce or hummus, but you will also find it served over salad greens or part of a mezze platter of small bites. Falafel […]
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